Murray Flynn Solicitors was established in 1996 and since that time has assisted thousands of clients all over Ireland with a wide range of legal services while assuring and maintaining the highest of standards.
Since 2008 we have been focusing on Litigation and Personal Injury claims*. We also practice in the areas of Property Law, Wills, Probate, Powers of Attorney and Wards of Court applications.
In 2019 the firm’s name was changed from Murray Flynn Maguire to Murray Flynn Solicitors to reflect the two founding partners.
With over 30 years of experience Murray Flynn Solicitors holds a particular expertise in dealing with Personal Injury claims*. Since forming in 1996 we have helped thousands of clients of various nationalities nationwide gaining a considerable reputation. We provide a highly efficient and professional service, which addresses all aspects and effects of the injury to include your emotional and financial wellbeing.
Our highly experienced and committed teams strive to achieve the best possible outcome in your case while providing you with the highest level of service. If you are injured in an accident* caused by third party negligence you may be entitled to claim compensation*. Call us for clear and sensible advice regarding your rights.
Other types of litigation include but are not limited to:
The firm has considerable expertise and experience in handling Claims* under the Garda Compensation Acts* where members of An Garda Siochana have suffered injuries in the course of their duties.
If you have been wrongly accused of a crime or wrongdoing in public or the subject of a defamatory article, you may be entitled to bring proceedings under the Defamation Act 2009.
If you have been injured in a robbery or raid at work or suffered an attack from a co-worker you may be entitled to pursue a claim for compensation* where your employer has failed to adequately protect you.
We may also assist you with other types of claims*. Please call us for confidential advice.
We are happy to assist you with all your residential property requirements, whether large or small. We act for clients in relation to:
Planning for the future and looking after the wellbeing of your family and dependents when you die is very important. We offer a range of services to assist you and your loved ones.
We act for clients in relation to the drafting and making of their Wills, including advising in relation to Succession Act rights, estate planning and the inheritance tax implications of bequests to beneficiaries.
We act for clients in relation to dealing with all aspects of administering a deceased’s estate, including extracting a Grant of Probate or Grant of Administration, arranging to collect in the assets of a deceased’s estate, discharge estate debts and arranging for distribution of the net estate.
We also act for clients in contentious matters*, including disputes concerning the validity of a Will, claims* of undue influence, disputes in relation to inheritance rights and entitlements and claims* of spouses and children under the Succession Act.
On occasion you may need to appoint a specific person (an Attorney) to take actions on your behalf, i.e. for business reasons when you are travelling abroad or as a precaution in the event that you should become incapable of managing your own affairs, due to temporary incapacity, illness, accident* or a progressive degenerative disease. No matter the reasons, we are happy to guide and assist you through the process.
We assist clients in the making of Ordinary Powers of Attorney, whether general or specific in nature.
We assist clients in the making of Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs), and we act for Attorneys in relation to registering EPAs in the High Court.
Where a person has not made an EPA and becomes non compos mentis, i.e. lacking the mental capacity to manage their own affairs, we advise and act for clients, such as concerned relatives, in relation to the making of the necessary application to the High Court to have the individual taken under the protection of the Court and made a Ward of Court.